Financial Protests in the CityTagged as: animal cruelty hls shac
Friday, 30th Janaury
More demos at NYSE Euronext, Barclays & Bank of New York Mellon in the financial district.
We started today's announced demonstrations with an outside injunction one at NYSE Euronext on Cousin Lane. This disgusting company continues to trade the blood money shares of HLS on its ARCA exchange. We let them know, in no uncertain terms, that we're not going anywhere until they dump HLS. With shares closing at a pathetic $6.60 today, they could kick HLS off in a second but chose to stay loyal to the puppy killers.
We then moved on to do a couple of Barclays demos, in support of the launch of protests at Barclays in Italy. Barclays are the biggest shareholder in HLS (with about 440,000 shares) and were shamed in both locations on Fenchurch Street and in the Minories. Barclays are one of the most disgusting companies on the planet and will invest in any company they think they can make a profit from, no matter what damage is done to people, animals or the environment.
We finished today's quad of demonstrations with a lively and fun demo at BNY Mellon (HLS's 2nd biggest shareholder) on Queen Victoria Street as workers were going home for the weekend. Scary masks (including a gas mask) were worn to imitate the mostly unseen horrors that the animals in HLS go through every day. Get your Mellons out of HLS, BNY!!!
See you all soon, SHAC London
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